I’m more excited about this deal than any restaurant deal I’ve seen so far. Not just because the food at King’s Kitchen is outstanding, but because it’s a very different kind of restaurant. It’s a non-profit – all its proceeds go toward feeding the poor. In addition, King’s Kitchen hires people considered “unemployable” and trains them in the restaurant trade. And they use local food whenever possible.
The beauty of King’s Kitchen is that it still provides a delicious experience to to diners. Read the Google reviews.
The cuisine is described as “new local southern cuisine.” You’ll find items like blackened catfish, shrimp and grits, seared scallops, “Aunt Beaut’s Skillet Fried Chicken,” and pork ribs on the menu.